Tag Archives: culture

Free Concerts at Seattle Center

Come get a taste of Seattle’s independent music scene at Seattle Center! Every Friday during August, KEXP 90.3FM and Seattle Center sponsor free concerts.  They take place on the Mural Amphitheatre Lawn starting at 5:30 pm. These concerts are completely free and welcome all ages. Seating is limited, so you want to get there a […]

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Seafair Seattle Pow-Wow

The United Indians of All Tribes Foundation is hosing their 30th annual Seafair Pow Wow this weekend, July 14-16! A Pow Wow is a Native American gathering of singing, dancing, and celebration. It’s a must-see for anyone who wants to learn about the culture and history of Washington State. All people are welcome to the […]

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Shakespeare in the Park 2017

GreenStage is Seattle’s longest-running Shakespeare Company. It’s their mission to have as many people as possible engage in live theater. This is their 20th season of free Shakespeare in the park and will be performing two full length plays. Richard II is the story of King Richard II’s last two years in power on the […]

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Outdoor Movies at Magnuson Park

One of the best ways to enjoy a Seattle summer evening is a movie in a park! Magnuson Park, located near the University of Washington, hosts outdoor movies every summer. The park itself is spacious, with many sports fields, an off-leash dog park, and water access. There’s plenty of parking, and it is located on […]

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Craft Weekend

Support local artists and small business at three different fun events this weekend! The Shoreline Arts Festival has something for everyone. Not only can you view and purchase art from members of the community, there are dance and music performances, food trucks, hands-on art projects, and cultural rooms. Date: Saturday and Sunday, June 24 & […]

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Fremont Fair and Solstice Parade

The Fremont Fair and Solstice Parade marks the start of summer in Seattle. It showcases Seattle’s unique spirit, flavor, and creativity. This free event takes place in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood. The activities are mainly centered west of Fremont Ave N on N 35th Street and N 34th Street. The parade begins at the intersection of […]

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Northwest Folklife Festival 2017

May 26-29 is the 46th Annual Northwest Folklife Festival! Folklife is a yearly celebration that promotes the arts and cultures that make Washington unique. Over the four day festival, there are over 800 scheduled performances, including music, dance, film, and visual art demonstrations. The Northwest Folklife Festival is completely free and takes place throughout Seattle […]

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Seattle International Film Festival 2017

Shoreline Community College is proud to be one of the venues for the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF). Shoreline Community College’s opening night reception is Friday, May 26. It will feature The Odyssey (France), which is a stunning biopic of Captain Jacques-Yves Cousteau, a pioneer of sea exploration. Some highlights of the films at Shoreline […]

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Mother’s Day

The United States celebrated Mother’s Day on May 15th. Shoreline Community College’s International Peer Mentors share how they celebrate their mothers and parents in their home countries! Clara Zhang In China, we celebrate Mother’s day at the second Sunday of May every year. It is the time for mothers to take a break and relax. […]

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See Musical Comedy The Producers at Shoreline Community College

The Producers is a beloved musical comedy by Mel Brooks (Young Frankenstein, Space Balls, Blazing Saddles). It tells the story of Max Bialstock, a Broadway producer whose last project utterly failed on opening night. He meets accountant Leo Bloom, who realizes they can make money from Bialstock’s misfortune. They team up to create the world’s […]

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